DR. TERRY J. DOBBS
A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1995, Dr. Dobbs has been practicing at our clinic since graduating, and became a partner in 2001. His own personal experience with Sciatica as a college athlete offers him a personal knowledge when treating this crippling disability. Having dealt with the excruciating pain of this condition himself, Dr. Dobbs understands that pain relief is his initial goal for patients. As with any condition, pain can affect every aspect of a person's life - physically and emotionally. His advanced study on a variety of techniques and procedures allows him to help patients from pediatric to geriatric.
Beyond pain relief, Dr. Dobbs' emphasis is on prevention and wellness. His certification in Nutritional Counseling allows him to address his patients' nutritional needs. Along with exercise and stress management, Dr. Dobbs is able to gain a complete understanding of the patient's overall health and work with them to reach their optimal health. Every patient, regardless of age, deserves to live a healthy life.
Dr. Dobbs and his wife Becky reside in Burlington. They are parents of three children: Jesse, Jenna, and Kalli. They are very active in a variety of special interest youth organizations.
DR. ALAN D. MEIKE
A 1995 graduate of P almer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Meike has been with our clinic since graduation. Prior to enrolling at Palmer, he received his Bachelor's of Science Degree in Sports Medicine from Pepperdine University. He has also done post-graduate work in the chiropractic treatment of sports injuries, pediatrics, and lifestyle wellness. His greatest joy in chiropractic is in taking care of the entire family, and in treating athletes of all ages.
Dr. Meike is a member of the Burlington Aquaducks Water Ski Show Team and has skied since the age of seven. He presently resides in Burlington with his wife Michelle and their three young children.
DR. PATRICIA RULLMANN
A 2012 graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Rullmann was born and raised on a farm outside of Burlington and knows the meaning of hard work and dedication. She graduated from UW River Falls with a Bachelor of Science degree and received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
During her time at Palmer, Dr. Rullmann was a teaching assistant for the technique classes and also treated patients in Brazil with the “Clinic Abroad” program. Her well-rounded curriculum has prepared her to help patients with most health concerns and lead them to a healthier holistic lifestyle. Dr. Rullmann’s clinical experience ranges from pediatrics to geriatrics and all ages in between.
Dr. Rullmann and her husband, Jason, reside in Burlington. She is a member of the Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin, Burlington Jaycees, Ojibwa Bowhunters and the Eagle Lioness Clubs.
Dr. Rullmann can aid your body in relieving pain and restoring proper function to your nervous system. Dr. Rullmann’s mission is to “creatively nurture my patients’ best overall health to improve their quality of life.”